Life Cycle Logistics Mgmt Analyst III Spie

DCS Corporation Philadelphia , PA 19107

Posted 3 months ago

The Life Cycle Logistics Management Analyst provides senior-level logistics expertise for PM SPIE.

Essential Job Functions:

Integrates and plans for the 12 Integrated Product Support Elements (IPSE) in all phases of the sustainment and acquisition processes.

Interfaces with ASAALT, AMC, LCMC, PEO Soldier, ATEC, AEC, CASCOM, MCOE, and other PEOs and PM on logistics requirements.

Establishes and assists in the planning, developing, coordinating, defending and executing all aspects of the PEO/PMs' Life Cycle Logistics support under the processes of DoD acquisition and sustainment.

Produces acquisition logistics documentation in support of the PEO/PMs products.

Performs and develops plans and projects, determines needs, investigates and resolves problems, interfaces with other functions and stakeholders, prepares capital assets and operating requests, and manages functional areas.

Assists in logistics automation using enterprise planning tools (GCSS-Army, DPAS, LMP, and etc.) for acquisition and sustainment operations

Directs the activities of a group of applicable stakeholders in order to conduct focused strategic planning and analysis for all life-cycle management functions.

Provides Air Drop Liaison support IAW with PWS 3.4.14.

Required Skills:

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

Bachelor's Degree and 10+ years of relevant experience.

Must have a Secret clearance.

Equivalent of DAWIA Certification Level III for Life Cycle Logistics.

Thorough understanding of Life Cycle Logistics regulations and policies including DoD 5000 series, AR 70-1, AR 700-127, and AR 700-142.

Competency in communication, leadership, logistics automated systems, team management, and risk management.


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